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Southeast Asia and the English school of international relations : a region-theory dialogue

Author: Linda Quayle
Publisher: Hampshire, England ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, [2013]
Series: Palgrave studies in international relations.
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Connecting the theoretical possibilities of the English School approach to International Relations with the increasingly important region of Southeast Asia, this book is the first comprehensive assessment of this region-theory linkage. It surveys a range of areas including interstate relations, the community-building goals of the region's foremost international organization, relations with civil society, the impact  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Linda Quayle
ISBN: 1137026847 9781137026842
OCLC Number: 806521319
Description: xiv, 245 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: The Need For A Region-Theory Dialogue --
The Protagonists In The Dialogue --
Southeast Asia And Its Politics --
The English School --
The Contributions Of The Dialogue Partners --
What The ES Offers SEA: Big Pictures And Different Thinking-Spaces --
What SEA Offers The ES: Insights On Community, Hierarchy And Agency --
An Overview Of The Chapters --
Part I: The Society Of States In SEA --
Part II: International Society And Others --
Potential Challenges To An ES-SEA Linkage --
The ES's Status As 'Theory' --
The ES As A Western Interpretation Of SEA --
PART I: THE SOCIETY OF STATES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA --
Power And Community In Southeast Asia's International Society --
The Problem Of Conflicting Narratives --
The Power Story --
The Community Story --
Theoretical Attempts To Deal With The Power-Community Nexus --
What The ES Can Offer: A Power-And-Community Lens --
International Society: An Amalgam Of Power And Community --
Theoretical Pluralism: Schematizing The Pressures On International Society --
Small Powers, Great Powers: Dealing With The Wider Region --
Evaluation: A Different Picture Of Interstate Relations In And Around SEA --
Practicable ASEAN Community-Building --
The Problem Of Disconnected Ideals And Realities --
What The ES Can Offer: Validation Of The Slow Route To Community-Building --
Support For The Middle Ground --
Counsels Of Caution ; And Cautious Hope --
Ways To Frame Cooperation Differently --
Another Look At Consensus --
Evaluation: A Different Picture Of The ASEAN Community --
Learning From Southeast Asia About International Societies --
Intersections: Powers And Societies --
Expanding The ES's Understanding Of Great Powers --
Discerning The Interaction Of Different Levels Of International Society --
Intersections: Community-Building In A Non-Liberal Environment --
Liberalization --
Culture And Identity --
Economics --
Functional Cooperation --
Bases For Enhanced ES Interpretations Of Interstate Relations --
PART II: INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY AND OTHERS --
Non-State Actors: Theoretical Limitations And Problematic Discourses --
Non-State And Beyond-State Politics In ES Thought --
The Need For A Different Perspective --
Civil Society And A Narrative Of Gaps --
Talking But Not Dialoguing: The 'Problem' Of Fragmentation --
The Theoretically Vanishing Individual --
Regional International Society Meets Its Civil Counterpart --
The SEA Environment: Cooperation, Institutionalization And Hierarchy --
An ES Response: Imagining A 'Hierarchical Society' --
Applying ES Ideas To Regional Civil Society In SEA --
An Institutionalization Process In A Hierarchical Environment --
Formalizing Recognition --
Locating And Exploiting Common Ground --
Learning To Engage For The Long Term --
Sharing Burdens --
The State Of The Institutionalization Process --
Evaluation: A Different Picture Of ASEAN And Regional Civil Society --
6. Non-State Actors In A Hierarchical World --
The SEA Environment: Spaces, States And Agency --
An ES Response: A Three-Cornered Conversation --
Particularism And Power --
Pragmatism And Order --
Borderlessness And Emancipation --
Evaluation: A Different Picture Of Non-State Actors In A World Of States --
7. Remembering Southeast Asia's Individuals --
The SEA Environment: The Surprisingly Powerful Individual --
An ES Response: Individuals As Agents Of Change --
Extending Activity Spaces --
Leveraging Contact With The World Of States --
Retaining Hope --
Evaluation: A Different Picture Of The Individual --
Conclusion --
A Review Of The Signposts --
A Synthesis Of The Signposts --
Offering A Different Picture Of The Region : And Why That Matters --
Continuing The Dialogue.
Series Title: Palgrave studies in international relations.
Responsibility: Linda Quale.
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